|23 Sep 2013||#1|
Connecting to single router ??
I have an HP-all-in-one , win7 x64
and I am trying to connect it to my AppleRouter via EtherNet cable .
I already have a Toshiba laptop with wireless connection to this router .
The HP has an Enabled Network Adapter ,
But I can't get windows to recognize the router .
I notice there is a turorial for "multiple routers" .
But no tutorial for setting up a 'single router' , servicing multiple computers .
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|23 Sep 2013||#2|
Welcome to Seven Forums,
You may try a hard reset of your printer if the printer is not being recognized in the network. You should be able to print the network config. of the printer that will tell you what the subnet (eg....192.168.0.X) and ipconfig/all output of the printer which needs to be matched with what your router is handing out in your network.
If you need us to provide a detail assistance please let us know the Model of your HP all-in-one printer.
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